Sanitary Permit Proc
WHEN: A Sanitary Permit is required for the installation of any initial, modified, additional or replacement private sewage system servicing a public or private building.
WHY: A Sanitary Permit is required prior to the installation of the private sewage system and is necessary to assure that the private sewage system is installed in suitable soils, is properly located and adequately sized based on the building’s existing or proposed usage, pursuant to Chapter 145 – Wisconsin State Statutes, DCOMM 83 – Wisconsin Administrative Code and Chapter 14, Water and Water Quality – Waukesha County Code, available online and in the office of the Waukesha County Clerk.
WHO: The Waukesha County Department of Parks and Land Use – Environmental Health Division issues permits. See Staff Who Can Help.
HOW: The licensed plumber who is responsible for the private sewage system installation, completes and submits the Sanitary Permit Application and fee to the Environmental Health Division.
A COMPLETED APPLICATION SHALL INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
VARIANCE OR APPEAL
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